Brant 4-H Association

We are a proud group of volunteers dedicated to providing the 4-H program to youth in Brant. 

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4-H is a youth development leadership program for ages 6-21 from urban and rural areas.  The Brant 4-H Association is pleased to offer Cloverbuds (ages 6-8), and 4-H program (ages 9-21).  Volunteers are always welcome.

Please note: the Brant border hopper fee is $20.00.  Please contact Elaine Elgie with any questions at brant4h.programmanger@gmail.com

Brant 4-H is an organization of leaders building leaders. There are 4-H clubs in every county of Ontario and in every 4-H community, there are a variety of events beyond the club level in which members and/or volunteers can become involved.

4-H Ontario’s “Learn To Do By Doing” approach has provided 4-H youth with a place they can be involved, accepted, valued and heard while developing valuable leadership and life skills.

2022 Membership Fees can be paid by going to www.4-hontario.ca Click become a member. Any questions can be sent to brant4h.programmanager@gmail.com


Brant 4-H  FALL CLUBS 2022

HOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS  –  hybrid (virtual & in-person)

#There’s no place like Home for the Holidays! 

In this hybrid club, members will get into the Holiday spirit by making tons of Thanksgiving-, Halloween- and Christmas-themed goodies as well as crafts to decorate the home and to give as gifts.

This club will have three cook-along zoom meetings and three in-person meetings at Bethel Church. Achievement will be to make a gift to give away.

Sign up, please email leaders <Emily.summerhayes19@gmail.com>, <betty.summerhayes@gmail.com>, and <jasmine.gillyatt@gmail.com>.

Please let us know if you have any food allergies. 

Maximum of 12 members for this club.

Meetings: Saturday mornings from 10am-12 pm:

Sept 17 – Zoom; Sept 24 -Bethel Church

Oct 22 -Zoom; Oct 29 -Bethel Church

Nov 5 -Zoom; Nov 12 -Bethel Church



FOOD & Movie Fun  – hybrid (in-person & on-line)


Zippity-Do-Dah!!! – Welcome to the Disney movie lunch and/or supper 4-H Club!

Let’s make some great food that the Disney characters experienced in the movies.

What is your favourite Disney movie?  What food would you like to make from a Disney???

Meetings will be on-line and in-person.

Members will be required to bring food supplies to in person meetings.

Leaders are Tammy Oswick to13new@gmail.com and Janice Kyle pjkyle92@gmail.com.

If you are interested let one of us know by Sept. 18th – if you want to cook with Disney.



COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT – Bell Homestead Club – Hallowe’en Fun Fair   – in-person


Members of this club will be challenged to come up with Hallowe’en Games to entertain the public at the Bell Homestead’s Hallowe’en Fun Fair. This is a family-oriented event, that public is invited to attend. The members will create games and will be responsible for supervising the games at the event. Members will also have the opportunity to learn more about the history of the Bell Homestead and a working museum.

Brant 4-H is very fortunate to have this continued partnership with the Bell Homestead.

Returning members will also be continuing working on the storybook.

Achievement: Sunday, October 30th @ the Bell Homestead 94 Tutela Heights Rd., Brantford

Interested in joining or have questions contact –

Leaders: Lesleigh Elgie lesleigh.elgie@gmail.com or       Elaine Elgie sled1@sympatico.ca

Meeting Location: mostly at the Bell Homestead (visitor centre)

Dates: Meeting once a week during the weeks of September 14th – October 26th; day of the week to be confirmed

Time: 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm



COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT – Bell Homestead Club – Christmas at the Homestead – in-person


Again, we have the very fortunate opportunity to partner again this Christmas season with the Bell Homestead to take part in the Christmas Candlelight Tours.  Members have the unique opportunity of actually getting behind the museum ropes. Each member will be responsible to research a room at the Homestead or in the Henderson House and then will be giving tours to the public of their room at the Candle Tour(s). Members will develop their research skill as a historical interpreter, as well as honing their public speaking skills and learning how to properly handle museum artifacts.

Returning members will be also working on their group work of another story books to be published.

Achievement: will be in the evening one of the Saturdays – December 3rd, 10th or 17th @ the Bell Homestead 94 Tutela Heights Rd., Brantford

Interested in joining or have questionscontact

Leaders Lesleigh Elgie lesleigh.elgie@gmail.com or   Elaine Elgie sled1@sympatico.ca

Meeting Location: The Bell Homestead (visitor’s centre)

Dates: Meeting once a week during the weeks of November 2nd – 30th; day of the week to be confirmed (most likely Mondays or Wednesdays)

Time 6 pm – 8:30 pm







Elaine Elgie


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